Korra does the Harlem ShakeSeriously. Look!Korra does the Harlem Shake3 months ago in Personal More Like This
Amon's just as surprised as you are.
SDCC 2012 Concept art (lots of images) and MOREBOOK 2: SPIRITSSDCC 2012 Concept art (lots of images) and MORE10 months ago in Personal More Like This
ARTWORK FROM BOOK 2!
Six months after Book 1, going to show short animatic of where the characters are. In the thick of animation and design and production, still a very far way to go, but lots of great concepts:
Opening of Book 2 in a festival in the sourthern water tribe, gentle snow falling, lanterns, circus games, A PAINTING OF A MUCH LARGER SOUTHERN WATER TRIBE!
Southern Water Tribe has a beautiful banquet hall made of ice
Great landscapes, storms, ominous rock formations
“Mysterious location they’re journeying to in this storm, with cool spooky lighting”, harkens back to the glow Aang’s iceberg had
Naga and Korra exploring the mysterious location
Twisted roots coming out of ice walls
Southern Air Temple all spruced up
Vistas, base of the mountain around the temple, very gentle, “misty kind of Chinese mountains”
Ancient air bender site
Explore the spirits, background, creation of the Avatar
Legend of Korra - rambling about Book 1SPOILERS FOR THOSE WHO HAVEN'T WATCHED KORRA'S FIRST SEASON.Legend of Korra - rambling about Book 110 months ago in TV/Videos More Like This
There's been tons of blog posts out there analyzing what Legend of Korra's first season did both positive and negative thoughts. There's a lot of praise (there was a pretty steady flow as the season went on) but also some scathing critique (largely due to the finale). I'm not even going to try to be comprehensive because I've already tossed out so many ideas as the season went on, and other people have already laid out essays on the thing. I just wanted to touch on some points of interest to me things I loved and hated about Korra's first season.
To be clear, I could make a similar list of things for any season of the original series. Furthermore, it is important to point out that the team only had 12 episodes to work with, spent TWO YEARS making the season, had to endure all kinds of fast-paced conditions we can't even understand, I'm sure and in general, none of my critique here is meant in any person
Fans are amazing...Remember yesterday's screenshot Brian submitted to his tumblr?Fans are amazing...1 month ago in Personal More Like This
Well, (i think) the same guy that did the fan animation of Bolin and Eska now made a new animation, now about Korra, here is the amazing-ness:
It's so amazing to see the fandom is so devoted to the show, i mean, look a this! Look at all the fanart! It ='s hard that nickelodeon is making us wait so long for the premiere of Book 2, but for now, i think fan art is enough to fill the Korra withdraw some of us are going thru.
Keep the hard work fans! And lets be patient for next season! Bryke is in the last touches of it, i know it! Book 2 is almost here
Doodle-ness~Meanwhile at Nickelodeon Studios... The masterminds behind our favourite show, Korra, have some doodle fun whenever that have the time~Doodle-ness~2 months ago in Personal More Like This
Domo-Tar!, Fat Mako
Korra meets Futurama
Many Eska and Desna's in many different styles
SDCC 2012 Legend Of Korra Fan Panel SummaryIn a room of 4, 500 hardcore fans, the Legend of Korra San Diego Comic Con panel opens with an epic montage of Book 1 moments backed by a stunning score by the Track Team.SDCC 2012 Legend Of Korra Fan Panel Summary10 months ago in Personal More Like This
The panel introduction is by moderator, Rich Magallanes, who states he is blown away by the entire Avatar universe and its development.
The creators come out - followed by Joaquim dos Santos and the brilliant voice director Andrea Romano. The cast enters: Janet Varney, David Faustino, Seychelle Gabriel and P.J. Byrne. Seychelle rocks a cute steampunk cosplay.
According to Hypable there are still 4, 000 people waiting outside Ballroom 20. In 2004 Korra/A:TLA was in a room with 50 people.
If you didn't already know, there will be 4 books (seasons) with 52 episodes divided as so:
Book 1: Air - 12 episodes
Book 2: Spirits - 14 episodes
Book 3 - 13 episodes
Book 4 - 13 episodes